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Remembering Roy Enever

From: Judy Summerfield
Deeply sorry for your loss my thoughts are with you Judy

From:: Celeste Eickholdt
So sorry to read about Roy's death Anna May. I visited you a few times during the gravel pit episode and Roy was always out doing something about the farm. And all the great renovations he did in the farm house....amazing. My thoughts are with you.....may the memories help you through this heartfelt time.

From: fred rye
I was saddened to hear of Roy`s passing.  My friendship with Roy goes back to the nineteen forties on my dads farm in Georgina township. He was a great person and will always be remembered.

From: Suzanne Macrae
Aunt Anna May, so very sorry to hear about Uncle Roy.  So very grateful for having the pleasure and joy of spending the holiday dinners with you both.  Uncle Roy will be missed. Suzanne


From: Calvin, Mary and Gregory Enever 
Uncle Roy was entertaining and had a great sense of humour.  He was a great man and will be missed. Aunt Anna May we look forward to seeing you soon.


From: Jim & Judy Sloan
Dear Anna May, We are so sorry to hear of your dear Roy's passing.  You are in our thoughts and prayers.

From: Brian and Sandra Klages
Sincere Sympathy Anna May in the sudden passing of Roy. I enjoyed working with you both.

From: Betty and Gord Johnson
It is with deep sorrow to hear of the passing of my brother Roy. Gord and I always admired his sense of humour, his stories and his extraordinary laugh. Anna May we want you to know we always admired how you and Roy always lived life to the fullest. Even though we were not able to visit more often, we will always cherish the times we had together. We will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sadness.

From: Stewart Family 
So sorry to hear of Roy's passing.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Anna May.   Roy was the kindest man. Our kids looked forward to waving to you both each morning while they waited for the bus.  I will always remember Roy's infectious laugh.  May happy memories bring you comfort at this time.   Steven and Sarah Stewart and family

From: Gail Enever
Just wanted to let you know that you are in our thoughts Aunt Anna May and we were very shocked and sad to hear about Uncle Roy. We will miss seeing him on the holidays and hope you are able to find some comfort in all your memories... Love Gail, Zoran, Sam & Dane

From: Dave & Brenda Hamel
Jeff, we are so sorry to learn of your Uncle Roy's passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy and express our condolences to you Aunt Anna May as well.  RIP Roy


From: Kathy Barratt
Dear Anna May, I am so sorry to hear of Roy's passing. He was such a kind gentle man. Just know that I am thinking of you

From: Frank Middleton 
Dear Aunt Anna May:  Sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Roy.  Our family will miss him very much.  We looked forward to having you come at Christmas and some other events.  We appreciated your warmth and kindness.  Uncle Roy’s stories were often funny and entertaining.  It makes me smile thinking about his story telling.     Frank


From: Alan and Valerie Long
Sorry to hear of a dear neighbor passing away.  Our thoughts are with the family.


From: Peggy Enever
Roy I am so grateful to have had you as my brother.  I will treasure all the memories we made over the years.  Anna May you have been a great wife to Roy, aunt, sister and friend  My heart grieves deeply for our loss of Roy.


From: Anne Saffert and The Giroux's
Remembering Uncle Roy fondly - his generous nature, his ability to fix anything and his truly wondrous laugh.  Thinking of you often Anna May.  Love, hugs and prayers, Anne, Karen, Ward, Rory and Winnie xo


From: Ralph
Anna May  sorry to hear of your loss and dear husband

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